CODE OF CONDUCT IN THE MOUNTAIN
While practicing mountain biking, you agree to expose yourself to risks and situations that could cause damage to your equipment, cause injury, and even death. If you do not adhere to the regulations or are not comfortable with the level of risk of the activities, you are free to leave the territory at your convenience.
What to know to be well prepared for your activity?
Before you start
Mountain biking activities take place in a rugged natural environment far from medical services, which could lead to long delays in an emergency requiring evacuation, and therefore, a possible worsening of your condition or injury. Circuits Frontières assumes that you are aware of this code of conduct and therefore that you acknowledge having been informed of the risks inherent in the activities and that you are able to undertake the activity in FULL KNOWLEDGE OF THE CAUSE AND ACCEPTING THE RISKS.
Circuits Frontières also assumes that you are committed to respecting the organization’s rules and to playing an active role in managing these risks by adopting a preventive attitude towards yourself and others around you. You understand that you are free to leave this activity at any time, for one reason or another.
NOTE : There is no drinking water on the site.